Discover the treasures of beautiful Charente-Maritime starting from Saint-Palais-Sur-Mer, a seaside resort with class and charm. On the seaside, enjoy the gorgeous beaches of the wild coast in Royan, bike paths and walking paths on the Coastguard trail. Camping holidays let you enjoy loads of activities and day trips with family or friends: golf, horseback rides, surfing, ocean sports, exploring the famous La Palmyre zoo, the Regulus caves, and charming villages like L’Eguille-sur-Seudre, Mornac-Sur-Seudre, La Tremblade and the lovely oyster town in Marennes-Oléron. We’ll be delighted to welcome you and provide help and advice on our Royan campsite with custom-made stays to make your holiday wishes come true…
Guided tour of Charente-Maritime
You already see yourself swimming and cooling off in the aquatic area, relaxing in the spa or on the private terrace of your fully equipped mobile home at Les Pins campsite in Saint-Palais-sur-Mer. ? Between your muscular awakening in the big pool and the petanque tournament, think about discovering the natural and cultural treasures of Charente-Maritime.
Sea side, take the time to walk on the large sandy beach of Royan and on the peninsula of Arvert. Take a boat trip to admire the beauty coast from the ocean and, if you travel with children, visit the zoo La Palmyre, one of the must-see sites of Charente-Maritime and Pays de la Loire.
If you like cycling, cross the bridge on the Ile de Ré and rent a bike to take the more than 100 km of bike paths that connect the municipalities of Ré La Blanche. You will cross forests, salt marshes and peaceful villages that are home to a remarkable heritage: Ars-en-Ré, the Couarde-sur-Mer (paradise of kitesurfing and windsurfing), Saint-Martin-de-Ré and its Vauban fortifications overlooking the harbor, Saint-Clément des Baleines … The island of Oléron, where prices are more affordable than on the island of Ré, is also an ideal destination during the 4 seasons if you love the great outdoors virgins and the change of scenery.
Staying in Charente-Maritime is also tasting oysters on the port of La Rochelle, entering the castle of La Roche-Courbon, in the castle of Saint-Jean-d’Angle converted into a medieval leisure park and in Abbey of Sablonceaux, visit the local museum of history and fishing of Talmont-sur-Gironde and wander through the streets of picturesque villages like Mornac-sur-Seudre, Fouras, Saint-Jean-d’Angély and Jonzac .